Spencer, Indiana

Hike to Cataract Falls, Lieber State Recreation Area

1 Miles Total - Out-and-Back Trail

Originally added by The Outbound Collective

View the largest waterfall in Indiana by volume.

Cataract Falls, in the Lieber State Recreation Area, has an upper falls (20 ft) and a lower falls (18 ft), located a half mile downstream. A covered bridge adds the scenic landscape.

You can either take a short trail, or drive, to travel between the lower and upper falls.

Photo Credit: Paul

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